Is this some cutaneous manifestation of T2DM ? Patient is a known case of uncontrolled T2DM with controlled HTN and past history of Acute non hemorrhagic infarct Left MCA with Prostatomegaly My nephew discovered small ants crawling over the foot and a drop of blood oozing.

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IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? UNCONTROLLED DIABETES WITH.. DIABETIC NEUROPATHY.. AND.. ECZEMATOUS DERMATITIS.. NEED'S.. STRICT GLYCEMIC CONTROL WITH.. ANTIDIABETIC MANAGEMENT WITH EXPERTS OPINION..

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Eczematous dermatitis, related to DM . Patient probably has diabetic neuropathy, with anesthetic limb. He is not able to feel ant bites. Limb got infected. Tight control of DM, limb protection, antibiotics, emollients

Thank you,Doctor
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Apparently this is eczematous dermatitis with diabetic neuropathy. Control diabetes , Neurobion, and antihistamine , local emollient to start with

Uncontrolled diabetes with diabetic neuropathy with eczematous dermatitis U can use eucerin eczema cream with antihistamine add with antifungal Control blood sugar For prostatomegaly may be advice fresh USG lower abdomen rule out size and weight of prostate gland and treat accordingly

This looks to be a c/o SCABIES Since he is kco DM2T and htn with pmh MCAStroke and prostatomegaly Needs detail workout Lesions may be treated for scabies

Thanx Nihar Ranjan Mohanty
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Eczematous dermatitis Baclate GM Zocon Cetirizine

Diabetic neuropathy so sensation lost stasis eczema dd lichen planus dd tenai dd psoriasis

It is exzematous dermatitis which is very common in diabetics .more frequently found in uncontrolled cases exhibited in the above case

UNCONTROLLED DIABETES develop Diabetic Neuropathy with Chronic Eczematous dermatitis

Eczematous dermatitis, asteatotic dermatitis.associated diabetic neuropathy.

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